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Modernizing The Classic Bob


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I hope you enjoyed last weeks Discussion Monday March 18th 2019: A Long Shattered Hair Cut

This Weeks Topic: Monday March 25th 2019: Modernizing The Classic Bob

The Classic Bob cut is designed with tight and clean lines (fringe is optional) to complement everyones best features. With this stated, our industries latest version of this classic has been reworked, Modernized for runway models on today's Catwalks a flashy & raw shape with fluid movement. Let's discuss on how this style has been updated. Checkout the perimeter lines (fringe & perimeter lines). The aforementioned lines were always heavy (unless the wearer has fine hairs) & blocky, upside of a good cut would be a defined shape. With today's modern version the aforementioned lines are personalized and textured with either utilizing scissors, texturing shears or a straight edge razor. The varied techniques to sculpt excess weight from course and or thick hairs render a more sleek shape, creating needed movement and detail for a fresh look today. The wearer will experience versatility and fun that will make you look fantastic and new! A softer fade can be accomplished at the base of your nape area that will lift your features too! Another wonderful perk, is comfortability (especially during the warmer months)! Sleek & Kool is in.

Editor's View: Modernizing The Bob Is A Fashionista's Approach to this Classic. Bye engineering lines designed to promote fresh & edgy styling to a classic.

Next Weeks Topic: Monday April 1st 2019: The Right Hair Cut Will Slenderize Your Neck-Line

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